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Cafe Calabria
1745 Commercial Dr.
Vancouver, BC

1959 Parilla 25cc Gran Sport:
Monthly meeting place of Italian Motorcycles every last Tuesday of the month starting around 7pm.
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In for the season: try our Eggnog Latte, an autumn and winter seasonal blend of milk and eggnog plus a shot of espresso. Come in from the cold and enjoy this warm delicious drink to put you into the holiday spirit.

The Oldest Italian Coffee House in Vancouver, BC

Francesco Murdocco knew from the time he was a young man that he wanted a coffee shop, a meeting place to call his own. Born in Calabria, Italy and raised in the Italian district in Montreal, in 1971 Francesco came to the beautiful city of Vancouver. In 1976, he established Caffee Calabria in the heart of Little Italy on Commercial Drive.

There never has been a man more passionate about the bean than Francesco, the coffee genius of Vancouver. Coffee lovers have been wooed by Murdocco and his three sons with rapturous Italian songs, Roman statues, Sistine Chapel-esque ceilings, fabulous focaccia, biscotti and short Italian philosophy lessons from Frank.

"I love life. I love people. I love coffee and I love music. We're not great singers but we sing anyway," says Murdocco.

Caffe Calabria is an exception and a tradition in the coffee shop equation. The fantastical Italian experience one gets at Caffe Calabria in unparalleled anywhere in Vancouver.